Laboratory Corporation of America Beacon - Clinical Project Analyst (Remote) in Montvale, New Jersey
The BeaconLBS Clinical Team Clinical Analyst supports the development and implementation of BeaconLBS's lab benefit management clinical program. The mission of BeaconLBS is to provide health plans with point-of-care lab-ordering decision-support technology on the cloud and interfaced with lab and EHR test ordering platforms with the goal of improving the patient's clinical and cost experience by improving the quality and cost of lab testing. The Clinical Analyst collaborates cross-departmentally, and has interaction with Product Development, IT, Lab Network Management, and Operations. The Clinical Analyst provides clinical input to certain activities including but not limited to, the creation and translation of clinical rules to the lab benefit management application, mapping of laboratory test codes, creating clinical SOPs, providing coding recommendations during the test mapping process and the Business Requirement story writing in support of claims editing functions and developing coverage policies. The Clinical Analyst also assists clients and lab partners with marketing and communication, operational readiness activities, and on-boarding activities. Specific responsibilities follow:
Manage development and maintenance of clinical content with Team Leads
Support on-boarding and operational readiness of Network labs Support implementation activities for health plan clients, including clinical policy development and, development of communications to physicians, development of training materials, and more.
Support other activities for BeaconLBS including analyze data, create and deliver presentations, provide input into system/product strategy, report statuses and issues to senior management, manage and resolve issues, and meet client commitments. Additional Skills Requirements:
Ability to comprehend, interpret, analyze, and communicate clinical and laboratory data, including ICD10 and CPT codes
Demonstrate clear and articulate verbal, written, and presentation skills with good command of the English language. Strong PowerPoint presentation development skills are preferred.
Ability to manage multiple initiatives and collaborate cross-functionally.
Self-starter/self-motivated, detail oriented, capable of meeting deadlines, works independently to pursue solutions with minimal direction.
Influential leader with strong interpersonal communication and problem-solving skills.
Education and experience: * Minimum of a Bachelor's degree is required * MS in Genetic Counseling preferred * 2-5 years work experience * Science/clinical writing experience is required * Familiarity with CPT and HCPCS coding is required * A healthcare background is preferred * Knowledge of genetics is preferred * Work experience in a clinical lab is preferred
As an EOE/AA employer, the organization will not discriminate in its employment practices due to an applicant's race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or veteran status.